Book Review of America Uber Alles by Jack Fernley

America Uber Alles by Jack Fernley

♦This post contains affiliate links. You don’t pay any extra, and I make a small commission.♦ ♦Please see my Disclosure tab for more information.♦ Book Review of America Uber Alles by Jack Fernley I have always loved studying about the American Revolution. It’s one of my favorite topics to learn about. I have read 1776 …

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Book Review of Les Miserables by Victor Hugo

Les Miserables by Victor Hugo

♦This post contains affiliate links. You don’t pay any extra, and I make a small commission.♦ ♦Please see my Disclosure tab for more information.♦ Book Review of Les Miserables by Victor Hugo People ask me all the time what my all-time favorite book is. Well, here it is! I have LOVED Les Misérables for many, …

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The Man Who Lived Twice by David Taylor

The Man Who Lived Twice Final Cover

♦This post contains affiliate links. You don’t pay any extra, and I make a small commission.♦ ♦Please see my Disclosure tab for more information.♦ Book Review of The Man Who Lived Twice by David Taylor I love learning about the American Revolution. It’s my favorite history subject to learn about. The American Civil War comes …

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The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah

the nightingale by kristin hannah

♦This post contains affiliate links. You don’t pay any extra, and I make a small commission.♦ ♦Please see my Disclosure tab for more information.♦ Book Review of The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah Although this story is sad, it is so inspiring. I can’t imagine living under the same circumstances that these people did. They were …

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Book Review of Ashes on the Moor by Sarah M. Eden

Ashes on the Moor by Sarah M. Eden

Book Review of Ashes on the Moor by Sarah M. Eden I love that this book takes place in Victorian England! It reminds me more of a Jane Austen or Bronté sister novel than the other proper romances have. The research that went into this book shows through, and I like that it’s historical fiction …

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[Book Review] The Lady of the Lakes by Josi S. Kilpack

The Lady of the Lakes by Josi S. Kilpack

[Book Review] The Lady of the Lakes by Josi S. Kilpack I’m loving the historical fiction proper romance thing going on here! How fun to learn about a real literary historical figure and his love story. It’s fiction, of course, but Ms. Kilpack did her best to base the story off of real events and …

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[Book Review] An Echo of Murder by Anne Perry

An Echo of Murder by Anne Perry

[Book Review] An Echo of Murder: A William Monk Novel by Anne Perry One day last fall, this book just showed up in my mailbox. Best day ever, right? I’m assuming it came from the publisher, but I’m not sure? So, thank you to the mystery sender! I hope you enjoy my book review of An …

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12 Amazing World War 2 Books You Can’t Put Down

12 Amazing WWll Books You Can't Put Down

12 Amazing World War 2 Books Today I thought I’d switch things up a bit!(I know, it’s unlike me…spring fever maybe??) My 12 Favorite World War 2 Books Here are my 12 favorite Wold War 2 Books. Some of them are nonfiction and some of them are fiction; I like both–I can’t help it!(I didn’t …

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[Book Review] A Tangled Mercy by Joy Jordan-Lake

Photo Credit: Goodreads.com A Tangled Mercy by Joy Jordan-Lake Blurb: “Told in alternating tales at once haunting and redemptive, A Tangled Mercy is a quintessentially American epic rooted in heartbreaking true events examining the harrowing depths of human brutality and betrayal, and our enduring hope for freedom and forgiveness. After the sudden death of her troubled …

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[Book Review] Hum If You Don’t Know The Words by Bianca Marais

Photo Credit: Goodreads.com Hum If You Don’t Know The Words by Bianca Marais Blurb: “Life under apartheid has created a secure future for Robin Conrad, a nine-year-old white girl growing up in a mining town in the 1970s Johannesburg. In a rural village, worlds apart, Beauty Mbali struggles to raise her children alone in the …

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